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Dec 23, 2010 (04:12 PM EST)


New Features Promote Increased Productivity and Save Time

DALLAS, Dec. 23, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- WorkZero.com is pleased to announce the release of several new features that expand the user's ability to save time and complete work with less effort.

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Since initial release earlier this year, the WorkZero platform has revolutionized cloud based project and workflow management.  Founded on a real-time communication, collaboration, and delegation model, users complete tasks in less time and improve productivity, without sacrificing quality.  WorkZero.com is a truly unique offering in the cloud based project and work management space for both individual and team efforts.

The new features include:  

  • a free account with the user's 30 second registration process
  • custom visualizations, allowing users to quickly recognize task progress based on colorization
  • the ability to quickly flag and resolve problem work items

"WorkZero is about conserving time and helping users get their work done in a real-time collaborative environment.  Offering a free account with a 30 second registration, helps users start to optimize their time immediately.  Saving time is saving money, and who doesn't need to save money in today's challenging economy," says Fred Morgan, WorkZero.com Vice President.  

About WorkZero.com

WorkZero.com is a web based SaaS (Software as a Service) project and workflow management system, providing both individuals and organizations the ability to communicate, collaborate, delegate, and manage in real-time.  The core components include:  

  • an intuitive user interface
  • real-time news feeds
  • email notifications
  • management dashboards
  • graphical widgets
  • data warehousing
  • OneClick Delegation
  • document sharing with revision control
  • work blogging
  • calendaring
  • data encryption and secure communications

SOURCE WorkZero.com